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Photograph of Howard Hughes and Walter Huston on the set of The Outlaw, Hollywood, circa 1941

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Photograph of Howard Hughes and Walter Huston on the set of The Outlaw, Hollywood, circa 1941
Howard Hughes (on right) talks with actor Walter Huston (on left) on the set of the motion picture "The Outlaw."
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Image Number: 0321 0269 (oversize)
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1940; 1941
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Rich2012-01-04 @ 04:04 PM
With an unidentified actor ???? That's Walter Houston an icon of the late '20s and all through the '30s who got second billing on The Outlaw and a smart guy he knew how Howard made his movies with 50 or more takes for each scene and the fact that he was bulding the flying boat at the same time it was put in his contract to be payed by the day not by the intent that the movie would be finished in 6 or 8 weeks. Jane Russell thought it was normal to make movies this way because it was her first movie. And she dident wear the bra Howard had made for her for this movie.
UNLV Libraries Digital Collections2012-01-06 @ 11:13 AM
Thanks for your interest in our digital collections and for the excellent spot on Walter Huston. He is wearing his costume as Doc Holliday, whom he played in the film. The appropriate records have been amended.